The Yoga of Awareness
We’re currently on Summer Break
Classes begin October 16, 2016
Location: Sweetwater Farm
11AM – 12:00PM
Kundalini Yoga incorporates breath, postures, chant and meditation to open our hearts, build strength and create flexibility. This practice teaches the art of relaxation and self-healing. It’s different than other forms of yoga. Expect to move, jump, hold poses, and breathe deeply and repeatedly – no two classes are the same! It is great for beginners as it has the flexibility to push you just a little as well as offering the ability to go at your own pace.
Great for beginners and seasoned yogis alike. I teach students how to be safe in their yoga practice and learn to challenge themselves within that safety, both physically and mentally.
What to wear.
Clothing made to move! We recommend you wear natural fibers. Teachers wear white to expand their awareness and neutrality. You wear what makes you feel good!
What to bring.
Bring a water bottle, a mat and a towel. You may also want to bring a blanket or shawl for meditation. Blocks & cushions are encouraged for seated positions and as props.
What to expect.
All classes begin with an opening chant and finish with deep meditation. Expect to focus on learning new breathing techniques, to move, and let go. Kundalini has the power to unleash and unlock barriers within ourselves and is both joyful and serene.
Our classes are held in a natural environment on a screened in porch at a local organic farm. Come do yoga to the sounds of birds.
See our Kundalini Yoga Meetup Group for more info!
Gururas teaches Kundalini Yoga and meditation classes, workshops, and women’s courses and is a certified Kundalini Yoga Instructor. She has practiced yoga for more than 40 years and brings together her understanding of anatomy and meditation to the mat at each class. More information